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twiddly

adjective uk   us   /ˈtwɪd.l̩.i/ /-li/ informal
curly or decorative, especially in an unnecessary way: The frame has twiddly bits at the corners which get very dusty.
Translations of “twiddly”
in Chinese (Traditional) 彎曲的, 裝飾性的, (尤指)過於繁複的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 弯曲的, 装饰性的, (尤指)过于繁复的…
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